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Hi Chris, what an awesome name :-) . Yes, you do need to plug this into a phone socket via a filter. Your internet signal comes from the telephone exchange, through the filter, through the modem, and into the router which distributes the signal around your house.
Hope this helps. :-)

By Chris on 16 July 2016
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Yes and yes. You can also use it in bridged mode where it essentially becomes invisible - almost assimilated by your router.
By A. Friend on 10 March 2017
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The installation is web based and there is a drop box for different countries, so I assume on that basis it is compatible in Europe.

By steve kella on 17 November 2014
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I do not know because I could not get it to work. I consider it to be absolutely useless and an expensive way of obtaining some of the connectors that came with it.
By James N on 21 August 2016
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Do you mean a telephone socket? It requires the same socket as the router i .e. the unfiltered side of an ADSL filter that is plugged into a telephone socket (a normal phone goes into the other, filtered, side). You can place a modem or ADSL router wherever you choose but only one will work at a time.
By csimon on 21 December 2015
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Yes, it does require a power from the supplied part supply (mains). It doesn't have a USB port, and connects to your wireless router via Ethernet. Note, when connecting to your router use in bridge mode and enter ADSL credentials in the router, for direct connection you a pc don't use bridge mode and enter connection d… see more Yes, it does require a power from the supplied part supply (mains). It doesn't have a USB port, and connects to your wireless router via Ethernet. Note, when connecting to your router use in bridge mode and enter ADSL credentials in the router, for direct connection you a pc don't use bridge mode and enter connection details in modern. Note: it doesn't contain a firewall or do NAT, so if used directly connected to a pc it will expose the IP address to the internet, not a problem with a wireless router as when connected to the router.s dmz port this handles security, can be a bit tricky to set up of you're not used to it, but the support line were very helpful. Been using one for the last year or 2 with no problems, nice and fast and doesn't drop connection. Hope this helps see less
By Timmoss on 31 July 2014
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The D-link DSL-320B is just a modem with no wifi capabilities. I bought it as my router (asus RT Ac68u) does not have a built in modem so it works for me.
Im not sure hoe the Vodafone Sure Signal works therefore can't answer your question. Also your adjacent router what type is it and does it have a built in modem?… see more
Hi,
The D-link DSL-320B is just a modem with no wifi capabilities. I bought it as my router (asus RT Ac68u) does not have a built in modem so it works for me.
Im not sure hoe the Vodafone Sure Signal works therefore can't answer your question. Also your adjacent router what type is it and does it have a built in modem?
If it does then the D-Link is no good for you. see less

By steve kella on 09 October 2014
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The one I have from Amazon stands tall. If you buy it (and it hasn't changed) you need to update the firmware.
By Amazon Customer on 29 July 2015
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I guess they are a reseller of BT and not a fibre service provider like Virgin so I can't see why it wouldn't work.
By Amazon Customer on 29 March 2017